DID YOU KNOW. That on June 27, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld MARRIAGE EQUALITY as a constitutional right in the United States of America? That's right, boys and girls, anyone over the age of 18 (used as a base age because some states were ~CRAY CRAY~ when it came to stuff like this) who loves someone who is also over the age of 18 can get married to each other. Doesn't matter what you identify as, it's legal, and it's beautiful. I can only imagine what my Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter feeds looked like that day.
GOD BLESS AMERICA. Seriously, that was the best news I've had all day and it's been a pretty good day.
INCIDENTALLY, everyone. Because it's Friday and I wasn't bored at all, I read a bit out of a few of the law books lying around the library. And one of them was this huge thing about the United States Supreme Court. And I thought, thought I, that this would be a great thing to have on hand and to know about since I haven't been in the know of what those old white men in robes got up to after I left.